who's ready for 2023!
JAN 15th 2023 | Callendar House
🎟️ EARLY BIRD ENTRY + FREE VIP GIFT!
QUICKEST SELLING SCOTTISH EVENT IN 2022- DONT MISS OUT
Welcome to the THIRD edition of the FALKIRK EPIC TRAIL 10K set in the beautiful surroundings of Callendar House (Falkirk).
EVENT DETAILS: This event will take place on Sunday 15th January 2023, 10.00am Start. Falkirk Epic Trail 10K was our fastest selling event in Scotland for 2 years running, and we predict nothing less this time around! This event will take place within the stunning and extraordinary 170 acres of greenery, surrounding the historically renowned Callendar House.
The run will take you through the grounds of the Park and the upper Callendar wood and is again set to be one of the most highly anticipated 10K’s in Scotland. Tough Runner UK are pulling out all the stops to provide an awesome 10K experience whilst taking you through some of the most idyllic scenery and settings.
This race is open to all levels, from beginners to elite athletes. Everyone is welcome to sign up.
PLEASE NOTE: OUR RACES SELL OUT QUICKLY! Once we hit capacity, thats it!
With this race you'll get:
RACE BRIEFING FOR ALL RUNNERS
START OF THE FALKIRK EPIC TRAIL 10K
FIRST RUNNERS EXPECTED
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EARLY BIRD ENTRY + FREE GIFT
EVENT PARKING DIRECTIONS
Please pay attention to parking signs and marshals at all times. You’ll then have a short walk to register at Callendar House.
Get directions on Google HERE
- Free Parking: The car park is accessed via Seaton Place (passed the high flats, across from the row of cottages). Additional parking available at Estates Avenue.
- Disabled parking available in front of Callendar House.
- Falkirk is served by 2 railway stations, Falkirk High and Falkirk Grahamston.
- For Train timetables call National Rail Enquiries: 08457 48 49 50
- For details of bus travel to Falkirk contact Traveline Scotland: 0871 200 22 33
- Nearby parking
- Wheelchair Accessible
Callendar House is the historic jewel in the Falkirk Community Trust crown. Dating back to the 14th century, this French-chateau styled stately home has a surprise around every corner. The House’s permanent displays are The Story of Callendar House, a history covering the 11th to the 19th centuries, The Antonine Wall, Rome’s Northern Frontier, and Falkirk: Crucible of Revolution 1750-1850, tells how the local area was transformed during the first century of the industrial era.
The area will be managed by a parking crew, there will be designated parking locations that will be mapped out on the race guide closer to the event date.
This event is open to people of all abilities.
No, please leave all valuables in your car.
YES! We provide a free photographer!
Yes water will be located at the start/finish and halfway point.